Henrik Nieratschker (1990, DE) studied Digital Media and Fine Arts at the University of Arts Bremen and Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art in London.
Situated between art and design, his practice amalgamates research activities, narratives and fictions, and modes of prototyping, to negotiate sociopolitical and cultural tendencies through the lens of digital and emerging technologies. Nieratschker’s artistic output ranges from objects, images, and video to software and hardware, which come together in physical-visual, multimedia installations.
Nieratschker’s work has been awarded and exhibited internationally, including a Core77 Design Award; and exhibitions at Victoria & Albert Museum and London Design Festival, London, UK; Science Gallery, Dublin, IE; and 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo, JP. He has worked as a lecturer and researcher at the Kyoto Institute of Technology and the University of Arts Bremen, where he currently holds a fellowship.
Nieratschker is cofounder of collective Research and Waves, exploring modes of research and collaboration across the boundaries of art, curating, and cultural organizing.